|Owner/Operator(s):||Saudi Arabian Oil Co.|
|Categories:||Onshore Production Facilities|
|Updated:||13 Apr 2012|
The Khursaniyah project includes facilities to process and stabilize 500,000 bpd of Arabian Light crude oil blend from the Abu Hadriya, Fadhili and Khursaniyah fields and a grassroots gas plant to process 1 billion scfd of associated gas. The facility also has the capacity to inject 1.1 million bpd of non-potable water for reservoir pressure maintenance. Oil production commenced in August 2008 with the startup of the first train of the producing facility.
The project included the construction of two trains of gas conditioning and ethane and NGL recovery with a total capacity of one billion standard cubic feet a day of sour gas. The facilities will also produce 560 million standard cubic feet a day of sales gas and 300,000bpd of ethane and NGL and 1,800t of sulphur. The design and construction of the facilities themselves on the 49km² site was fast tracked cutting 12 months off the building process schedule.
A consortium of Bechtel Overseas of London and Technip of Rome was selected to carry out Front End Engineering as well as execute the construction.
The project included building a central Gas-Oil Separation Plant (GOSP) and wet crude handling facilities to process crude from the three fields (140 oil and water wells), gas gathering compression facilities, a cogeneration plant, crude stabilisation and water injection. The project will treat 500,000bpd of crude oil and 450,000bpd of injection water.
Snamprogetti (SAIPEM) carried out the Front Engineering and Design for the KPF and also executed construction.
Petrofac has been awarded a contract by Saudi Aramco to undertake the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of a sulphur recovery plant as part of their Fadhili gas programme.
McDermott International, Inc. (NYSE: MDR) (“McDermott”) announced today that one of its subsidiaries was awarded a substantial contract to provide the electrical power supply system for Saudi Aramco in the Abu Ali and Khursaniyah fields in the Arabian Gulf. This contract is included in McDermott’s fourth quarter 2013 backlog.
The Saudi Arabian Oil Co. (Saudi Aramco) has selected SK Engineering & Construction Co Ltd and SAMSUNG Engineering Ltd based in Seoul to carry out engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for the Onshore Facilties of the Wasit Gas Project.